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hello, this is bbc newsroom live you're watching bbc newsroom live, these hello, this is bbc newsroom live shamima begum, the london teenager with me, joanna gosling. are today's main stories: with joanna gosling. the headlines: the headlines: who ran away to syria, a plan to clampdown shamima begum, the schoolgirl from london who ran shamima begum — the schoolgirl gets legal aid to fight the decision on unfair evictions — away to syria to join from london who ran the government puts forward the islamic state group away to syria to join to revoke her british citizenship. you're watching bbc newsroom live. new rules for private has been granted legal aid landlords in england the islamic state group — the 19—year—old remains it's ham, and these are the main so she can challenge the decision has been granted legal aid stories this morning: to remove her uk citizenship. so she can challenge the decision in a refugee camp in syria shamima begum — the schoolgirl after marrying a fighter a plan to clampdown from london who ran to remove her uk citizenship. on unfair evictions away to syria to join the government puts forward there could be a way with the islamic state group. new rules for private the islamic state group — of forecasting where deadly knife landlords in england. attacks are likely to take place there could be a way as one cabinet minister says has been granted legal aid of forecasting where deadly knife he feels uncomfortable so she can challenge the decision according to a new study attacks are likely to take place, at the granting of help to to remove her uk citizenship. shamima begum, we'll be a plan to clampdown according to a new study. looking at its legal basis there could be a way on unfair evictions — and asking what's next. of forecasting where deadly knife the government puts forward a plan to clamp down shamima begum — the schoolgirl attacks are likely to take place, new rules for private on unfair evictions — also this lunchtime... from london who ran landlords in england. the government puts forward away to syria to join new rules for private the home secretary describes violent the islamic state group — according to a new study. landlords in england. crime as a scourge — teachers are warning that funding teachers are warning that funding as new research suggests police has been granted legal aid for children and young for children and young might be able to forecast so she can challenge the decision teachers are warning that funding adults with special educational adults with special educational to remove her uk citizenship. for children and young needs in england has needs in england has where knife attacks could happen. reached a crisis point. reached a crisis point. there could be a way adults with special educational of forecasting where deadly knife needs in england has attacks are likely to take place, reached a crisis point. and a master again... more long—term security for tenants according to a new study. in england under new government teachers are warning that funding tiger woods completes one plans to stop evictions for children and young of the greatest sporting at short—notice without good reason. adults with special educational comebacks of all time, needs in england has coming from from behind a group of environmental protesters reached a crisis point 90% of local councils can't in the final round at augusta known as extinction rebellion to win his 15th major. fund schools adequately and a master again, are holding protests in several for children with special tiger woods completes one now the sport with ollie and more on capital cities, needs, according to i couldn't be more in an attempt to force governments the main teaching union. of the greatest sporting to declare what they call comebacks of all time, that extraordinary comeback by tiger happy, more excited. coming from from behind i'm at a loss for words, really. a "climate emergency". in the final round at augusta here in london they have already to win his 15th major. woods. blocked waterloo bridge, and say they plan to carry out other non—violent acts of resistance he claimed his 15th major title on major roads and at tourist sites. at the augusta masters,
11 years after his last. after a decade of personal i'm joined now by our reporter sarah walton, who is at today's problems and injuries, protest in london. the 43—year—old won by one shot good morning. i couldn't be happier, more excited, to claim a fifth green welcome to bbc newsroom live. tell us what they are doing? yes, it i'm ata jacket at the masters. i couldn't be happier, more excited, i'm at a loss for words, really. he's had spells in rehab i'm joanna gosling. over the last decade, and has had to undergo career saving shamima begum, the schoolgirl from london who ran back surgery as well, away to syria to join but this is the moment the islamic state group was just after half past ten this he claimed his 15th major title , has been granted legal aid good morning. morning when protesters moved onto welcome to bbc newsroom live. 22 years after he won his first. so she can challenge the decision he's nowjust three behnd the record to remove her uk citizenship. waterloo bridge to stop the traffic getting through. they brought with plans to stop tenants set by jack niklaus. a friend of her family said being unfairly evicted by private landlords in england them lots of plants andy flowers. it would be up there as one she was as entitled to help are being unveiled of the hardest i think i've ever had by the government. as anyone else involved in a court the win, just because of what has even some small trees and containers it wants to stop so—called case in england and wales. they have moved onto the ‘no—fault‘ evictions, the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt where people have to leave at short transpired the last couple of years carriageway. if you come around in says the development "makes him very notice and without good reason. of trying to come back and play, uncomfortable." but landlords are warning this direction, there are hundreds and i was close last year a couple the changes could lead to serious problems in the supply of times, with a chance in the last our home affairs correspondent, of people here. there is a stage two major championships and then down in that direction. a festival of rental housing. peter cooke, is here. simonjones reports. i applied what i learned from those two and was able to seal peter, tell us more about what she atmosphere. lots of people of all the deal today. somewhere to call home. it's just unreal for me will receive, and why she is getting to experience this. ages taking part. this is one of but at the moment, tenants can be my mum was here. evicted without a reason it? just a series of events taking place she was there in '97 as well with as little as eight weeks‘ their legal aid granted cover is and so ijust couldn't be more happy across the centre of london today by notice, when their fixed—term bringing a case before the special and more excited and... the group extinction rebellion. contracts come to an end under immigration appeals commission, that you know, i'm kind of at so—called section 21 notices. theiraim is to adjudicates when the home secretary the group extinction rebellion. their aim is to cause mass it's claimed some renters disruption to the traffic, to try who complain about problems strips someone of nationality on the and bring the centre of london to a a loss for words, really.
in their properties find themselves grounds of national security. the standstill, to try to prompt the victims of revenge evictions. cases they deal with are amongst the no surprise that tiger woods was government to take urgent action one housing charity says against climate change. this is the most complicated brought against the reforms are long overdue. trending all across social media. he government because they involve a still is. the balance of power in private first protest we have seen from this renting has been all on the side complex combination of intelligence group. —— mike this isn't the first of the landlord. reports that cannot be disclosed to tenants have had almost no rights. they live in fear. the complainant. it's not clear when protest. last november they blocked we've got people who are thinking, this case will be heard. the process you know, if i complain bridges over the thames. a week ago about disrepair in my property, serena williams tweeted: can take years, and is very next thing, slap on the doormat, section 21 notice. expensive. the granting of legal aid in these we saw semi naked holding up banners more than 11 million people in the houses of parliament. this live in privately rented circumstances isn't unusual. legal accommodation in england. aid is the financial system provided event and others taking place are one infourfamilies star steph curry also tweeted, by the taxpayer to those unable to with children rent. peaceful and non—violent. there are a survey suggested 75% of renters saying: afford legal representation police here but they are just themselves. think indefinite tenancies what reaction has there been to monitoring the situation, staying would improve their quality of life. back at the moment, allowing people this? to carry out the demonstration. they the government is to launch and finally, boxer we've had a statement from the prime are hoping to block the traffic. a consultation on whether to abolish section 21 evictions, manny pacquiao added: minister pass michael official spokesman, he said the question of things are busy at the end of the effectively creating open—ended contracts. it's as you were at the top whether or not shamima begum is bridge. but still moving. many of entitled to legal aid is a matter landlords will have to provide in the premier league. concrete legal reasons liverpool are still two points clear the protesters a re bridge. but still moving. many of the protesters are prepared to stay for scrapping tenancies. of manchester city, after both won for the independent legal aid here as long as they can, camp out but if someone needs to be evicted over the weekend. agency, and would not necessarily if they have to, and they are sadio mane's 21st goal of the season for falling behind with their rent involve the government. the foreign gave his side the lead early prepared to be arrested if anybody or antisocial behaviour, secretary, and friends of the family tries to move them on. when you say the government says court in the second half proceedings will be speeded up. against chelsea at anfield. have commented this morning as well, a couple of minutes the residential landlords later, a fantastic strike and we've heard from the home association, though, from mohamed salah sealed the win, as long as they can, are they
says 90% of tenancies are ended secretary, who said as far as he was thinking of carrying on four days? by the tenant rather a way it's not the first time than the landlord, and most property someone a way it's not the first time someone has received legal aid in at the moment the police are just owners don't simply hike rents watching. at what point do the or scrap contracts similar circumstances. it's an independent decision outside of the police decide it is time to open without a good reason. that breach again? the protesters simon jones, bbc news. government. you said that the process can go on the title is still in city's hands because they have played fewer games. joining me now is meera chindooroy, raheem sterling scored twice for years, all in her absence, she here have been having a conversation policy and public affairs manager with the police on the scene. the in their 3—1 win at crystal palace. is in for the national landlords for years, all in her absence, she isina for years, all in her absence, she is in a refugee camp, isn't she? palace pulled one back before gabrieljesus made sure just to go back over the details, association. they came away with the win protesters say they are prepared to be here indefinitely, some of them. she left london to join islamic welcome. do you agree with the view state in 2015 when she was 15. she i have seen people arriving today with a goal in injury time. we we re carrying camping gear, small cooking welcome. do you agree with the view we were hearing from one person in is in state in 2015 when she was 15. she isina state in 2015 when she was 15. she is in a refugee camp in syria, and devices, to set up a camp at some oui’ we were hearing from one person in our report, that the balance has israel folau's international career looks to be over. was stripped of her citizenship in been too far in favour of landlords he has been sacked by rugby australia over a homophobic february. she could be there for social media post in which he said some time while this process is point. at the moment of the "hell awaits" gay people. quiz mark we acknowledge that there ongoing. soon afterwards, when she disruption to traffic is manageable. he has 48 hours to accept was a need to reform section 21, but his sacking, orface it is half term, which means less was stripped of his citizenship she a code of conduct hearing. gave birth to a baby boy who died of traffic on the roads. there are to scrap it completely will speaking yesterday before his still buses. later in the day the undermine the system that we have contract was officially pneumonia in march, less than three terminated, he said: weeks old. because the baby was born currently. landlords do not have confidence in "first and foremost, i live for god now. situation may become more difficult the court process for gaining obviously i love playing footy, before she was deprived of uk possession when they have a breach for commuters in central london and and if it goes down that path citizenship by the home office, he i'll definitely miss it. police may decide to reassess the of the tenancy agreement. the was considered british and her but my faith injesus christ family are challenging the decision situation. we will check in with you reliance on section 21 to regain it is what comes first." to strip her of that right. this is he has 73 caps and was expected later. thank you very much. when they need to make the change to to be a key player for australia section 21 undermine confidence in a very complicated situation, which the national education union claims
at this year's world cup. has some way to run. funding gaps for special educational steve smith and david warner thank you. needs in schools in england are in the australia world cup squad home secretary sajid javid today are causing "untold misery" said that serious violent for thousands of families. following their ball—tampering bans. crime needs to be treated it has warned that nine out of ten maintaining the dot of mitigating like a "virulent disease" the risks. councils in england don't have is the problem that some landlords as he outlined the government's enough money to meet the needs the world cup, that is being hosted policy for stopping bloodshed of children and young on britain's streets. have exploited it, and it's by england, starts next month. adults who need support. inevitably time for change because mrjavid admitted that the "mindset the government says it's investing former captain smith of government needs to shift" an extra £100 million and vice—skipper warner were banned to combat the problem in special needs places. from international cricket frankie mccamley reports. for a year, for their part in the scandal during a test series smack we did polling with you gav against south africa. teaching children with special he said data could be used to which found that 11% of landlords understand the roots into illegal london will host the educational needs is expensive. had used section 21 in the past five rearranged 2019 world para activity. swimming championships in september. if we are to deliver class sizes are small. meaningful change and stop currently, this school the violence before it begins, yea rs, had used section 21 in the past five years, so had used section 21 in the past five years, so it's a minority who are it comes just four years then the mindset of in gloucestershire has 35 places needing to use section 21, the after glasgow hosted the championships, where gb‘s government needs to shift. ellie simmonds took gold we need to instigate a sense for special needs pupils. in the 200m medley. of a shared responsibility. majority of them use it for reasons but, in four years, in order it was due to be held take the front line professions, to balance the books, in malaysia in july, that's got to go down to 22. which see breach of a tenancy but in january the nation teachers, nurses, social was stripped of the hosting rights agreement. after refusing to provide the ipc and youth workers, already, with guarentees that israeli it's heartbreaking. other research found that a 2001 all of them working tirelessly athletes could compete. to protect vulnerable young people. this is a school where inclusion is absolutely at the hub private renters survey made a formal of its ethos. but, under the current funding complaint with a 46% chance of being system that we have for special i have met teachers who have watched evicted within the next six months. educational needs, a school this size cannot afford to educate helplessly as one of their students the number of children with special there are protections for tenants falls under the influence of a gang. educational needs as it's currently that is all these board for now. being asked to do. against retaliatory eviction is, as nurses, who night after night have much more on the bbc sport website. seen teenagers brought and this school is not alone. they are called, which mean that if into hospital with knife wounds. analysis by the country's largest
a tenant makes a complaint to the much more on the bbc sport website. much more on tiger woods. see you in teachers union found funding council, then they are protected so i ask myself, what more can for special needs places in england from a section 21 notice for the the next hour. i do to help people that next six months. that means that more now on the news that work on the front line? is failing to keep up with demand. there are protections in place, and tiger woods says winning the masters for a fifth time is one his greatest that is why we have planned scrapping section 21 will, in fact, achievements in golf. the now 15—time major winner has had to tackle violent crime. it found the number of children being granted special needs care have a detrimental effect on four back surgeries in recent years, in practice, this means landlords letting at all. and his future in the sport had been plans has ridden by 33% since 2015, bringing together education, while funding has only increased additionally, they may want to in doubt a couple of years ago. by 6% over the same period. health, social services, woods won the greenjacket after finishing one stroke increase the amount of referencing ahead of the field. housing, use, and social workers, for tenants, increase the amount of referencing that, the union said, for te na nts, te na nts increase the amount of referencing for tenants, tenants who are in more bringing them all together translates into funding shortfalls vulnerable positions, it will make he is 43 and he has had that amazing for 93% of local them less likely to be accepted for achievement. with me is drjosephine perry, authorities across england. a tenancy. the landlord will want to sports psychologist and founder coherently, it would enable these of performance psychology the government says it's invested ensure that they aren't taking consultancy performance in mind. an extra £100 million to create additional risk. welcome. how extraordinary is this agencies to collaborate, and to share information. special needs places, i know what you are saying, the they will then be able to gently calling it a priority, plan and target their support but costs are still rising, argument that it will make it less achievement? it's amazing to watch. to help young people at risk, leaving some at breaking point. appealing to people to buy frankie mccamley, bbc news. it's very rare we get to see and prevent and stop properties to let out, but the government is saying that they are comebacks of this magnitude. most athletes have the kind of issues violence altogether. going to be speeding up the court that tiger has had to deal with, campaigning has officially it's not about blaming those front begun in spain, line staff for the violence, ahead of a general election system, in orderfor, if there is a they would have been dropped from or asking them to do more. at the end of the month. women's rights are set to be legitimate reason for a landlord to funding, lost their place on a team. far from it. it's about giving them an important issue following anger wa nt to they just can't carry and protests over male violence legitimate reason for a landlord to want to get somebody out, such as the confidence to report they aren't paying their rent or are funding, lost their place on a team. theyjust can't carry on. because he against women, after had a background, he has an their concerns safe in the knowledge being anti—social, that will be a high profile rape case. speeded up. if the landlord wants to that everyone will close ranks but a new far right party called vox
intrinsic love of his sport, and to protect the child. — which has been accused of waging sell the property, or moving wa nted intrinsic love of his sport, and wanted to carry on anyway. a lot of a public health promotion war on women — is gaining ground. themselves, that's a legitimate doesn't mean passing sofia bettiza has the story. reason. it's stopping telling the problem on to the nhs, someone reason. it's stopping telling someone they got to get out with or teachers, rather, little or no reason, no reason that elite athletes have this self—identity where they are their it means the serious violence there is a feminist is treated like an outbreak uprising in spain. support. you don't think of tiger is dated. woods without thinking of golf. for of some violent disease. for the past year, women have been i think what we have called on the protesting against a national emergency. gender—based violence. government to do is show that those the athlete that is really tough. it changes to section eight actually means they have other things in work. they provide landlords with a their life they don't focus on. it well, meanwhile, a scotland yard detective believes he's found a way it all started with this. confidence that they can use section is all about their sport. if that of forecasting where deadly knife in 2016, a teenage girl eight and the reforms are making a attacks are likely to take place. goes, what else do they have?” he's been working with accused five men of gang difference. that will reduce the criminologists from cambridge raping her during the running reliance of landlords on section 21. university to find a link think i read some time ago that one between stabbings in london over of his things was if he did a bad a 12 month period and fatal of the bulls festival in pamplona. to bring in the abolition of section attacks the following year. 21 before we've seen the changes shot, he would allow seven steps to here's our home affairs the five men, who called themselves happen in the court won't provide turn his mind away from it and then correspondent, danny shaw: the wolf pack, dragged landlords with any confidence, and focus on what was happening next. it the girl into the hallway of this one of london's young they are going to react accordingly. victims of knife client. building and filmed the attack on does require an extraordinary level saif abdul—majid was 18 years old. thank you very much indeed for their phones. joining us. of focus to get through. with earlier my colleague carrie gracie spoke everything that he was going to the housing secretary, through, personally and then he was attacked near but the judges who saw this block of flats. the videos ruled that her physically with his injuries, how police said it followed behaviour was passive. james brokenshire, about these ha rd physically with his injuries, how hard is it to maintain that focus? a simmering dispute in the area with other teenagers. two 14—year—old boys were later in april 2018, the wolf pack changes to renting. by ending no it is really hard on golf because convicted of murder. fault evictions the instability that you may be on a course for four to were found not guilty of rape. creates, the concerns that may raise saif abdul—majid was stabbed to death here at tanfield avenue in
five hours. you have only got short neasden in october 2017. the verdict prompted for a family living in rental periods where you need to focus. but a national outcry. accommodation, i think that's for those short periods it is really the previous year, important, but i know there are there had been eight the feminist movement definitely intense. that technique, you have a knife attacks in this neighbourhood clear interests for landlords as in north west london. exploded after the case. well, which is why we are committed when researchers looked it was something that through crime records, they to consulting carefully on the noticed a similar pattern technical aspects of this, around word or an action, and it helps you i have never lived before. switch back into, what do i need to right across london. owi'i technical aspects of this, around own fault evictions, where someone criminologists examined we started to question isn't paying rent, involved in be doing right now in order to do the sentence, even the judges and the legal system. over 3500 knife attacks in anti—social behaviour, or indeed, well? he is 43. many pacquiao london in 2016/17. the government promised when a landlord wants to move back to make changes tweeted, isn't it great being a then they looked at into their home. we get that law champion in your 40s? how long can where 97 fatal stabbings to the sexual assault laws. right and provide speedy redress to had taken place the following year. give assurance to landlords too. he continue now? i think when you but spain's feminist movement they found 67 of them were in the is facing a backlash. how can you prevent landlords and i same neighbourhood where there had wa nt to have been competing for a long time previously been at least a far right political party called how can you prevent landlords and i want to move back into my home, but your body does start to have not moving back into their home once one knife attack. vox is gaining ground. difficulties. he has had four back as a woman, do you feel they've evicted the tenant? these findings are important surgeries. you get repetition for deciding where police represented by vox? that's a question of evidence that injuries. as you go on you will get should concentrate patrols, and especially where they should would need to be presented to the more of those issues. he may get to concentrate stop and search, because translation: yes, totally. court, to demonstrate that was the the point of, let's see what else is that's controversial, has some costs they represent family values. reason why the landlord needed to but they are well worth it if stop out there for me. i am not sure how vox is the only party ta ke reason why the landlord needed to take the property back. it is the and search prevents murders. long he can carry on. i think it that gives me hope. precise technical aspect of this, the home secretary has sta rts long he can carry on. i think it starts to become less about your that we want to get right, we want enabled police to carry out vox are against abortion mental strength and more about your physical strength and how your body more stop and searches by relaxing and want to abolish funding. to ensure the policy achieves its holds up. he said of his kids that some of the rules but sajid javid they also want to get rid objective, which is about ensuring says the government must go further. that you can't simply and a tenancy they had basically lived through
he is calling for a shift in mindset for no good reason. it's these and wants to make better use of data of a law that protects women seeing golf causing him pain and he is now really happy they see him to improve our understanding issues that absolutely, we will be delivering something else. how working with different parts of the sector to ensure that we give that of the pathways into crime. against gender—based violence, important a driver has that been? because they claim it encourages feminist supremacy. assurance , we give one of the things that is sector to ensure that we give that assurance, we give that certainty and if he has been able to turn that last night saw the comeback unique about spain is and clarity, and the policy does of golfer tiger woods. around, he might think he doesn't after a significant fall from grace, we treat men and women differently. meet the objectives we've set for the laws passed assume the men have to keep at it? you have had a series of surgeries and 22 years are always guilty unless on from his 1st win it. proven innocent. at the masters he was back. the ministry ofjustice has declined jess ennis on talking about the joy everybody should be afforded to comment on reports last night's victory that shamima begum of being able to come of her kids who left the uk to join at augusta earned him a 5th the same legal rights. green jacket and 15th major, the islamic state group, has now be awarded legal aid. being able to see her as an athlete. something many would have begum, who is 19, wants to return believed impossiblejust notjust a certain not just a certain amount of women. to the uk but the government has it isa a few short years ago. last year, 47 women were killed revoked her british citizenship. being able to see her as an athlete. it is a different perspective. that in spain by their partners. would be really motivational to him. andy swiss has the story. afamily a family friend she was as entitled 2017 was the worst year on record for all of us to see what he has to help as anyone else involved in a for violence against women. cheering and applause. court case in england and wales. the gone through and come back, it makes campaigners say this shows why just a few years ago, gender—based laws need to be it clear the hard work and strengthened, not dedication that is there. sometimes they were writing him off. foreign secretary jeremy now he's written one of sport's court case in england and wales. the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt says the development makes him although it looks easy, you don't most exciting chapters. uncomfortable. tiger woods hadn't won a major title scrapped as vox once. )our home affairs correspondent, quite understand the sacrifice? for more than a decade but roared peter cooke, is here. yeah, we can all find some on by the augusta crowd, can you tell us more about what has inspiration on that. we all have r with them, it is like a direct and on difficulties. they are not played he rolled back the years. been said about the level of help she will be getting quiz? she left out in the media like his are. but while others faltered, woods was inspired, lifted straight attack towards women. to know that you can go through that by his fans to new dizzying heights. kind of adversity and come back the country is holding a general election in a few weeks. gives us all a little bit of london when she was 15. she has been and vox is expected
inspiration that we can do more. now commentator: oh, my good god. to become the first far right party to win the seat held in northern syria after islamic i tell you, i can't stand this. in the spanish parliament that he is god this, he will keep since the return to state were driven from the region, democracy 40 years ago. from there, it was a march to glory if that happens, it would profoundly last month she gave an interview powering forward? transform spain's political that he is god this, he will keep powering forward ?|j that he is god this, he will keep powering forward? i think it will be landscape. where she said she didn't regret really interesting to see what is and a tap in for triumph. joining iis, and said she wanted to what a moment... next movie is. is this it? has he suddenly the personal problems, return to the uk to raise her baby. got the bit between his teeth again the years of injury, seemed a distant memory she said she had only been a and does he want more? and as he embraced his family 22 years after his first housewife. last month her baby we'll have to see. thank you. masters in, the emotion was clear. tragically died of pneumonia at in liverpool the 30th campaigning has officially it's unreal for me anniversary of the hillsborough begun in spain, disaster is being marked, about three weeks old. because her ahead of a general election to experience this. to remember the 96 football at the end of the month. fans who died on this day in 1989. baby was born after shamima begum women's rights are set to be my mum was here. an important issue following anger was deprived of british citizenship wreaths have been laid and protests over male she was there in '97 as well outside st george's hall, the baby was british. the legal aid violence against women, and this afternoon the city after a high profile rape case. and so ijust couldn't be more happy cove rs the baby was british. the legal aid covers bring the case before this but a new far right party called vox and more excited and... will fall silent for a minute at six — which has been accused of waging commentator: oh, my good god. minutes past three — the time the 1989 fa cup war on women — is gaining ground. semi—final between liverpool special immigration appeals sofia bettiza has the story. commission, that adjudicating cases with the home secretary has stripped and nottingham forest was stopped. someone with the home secretary has stripped someone of nationality, and grounds woods's journey has been like no other. after dominating golf in his 20s, flags on civic buildings will be of national security. cases before flown at half mast and the bells his personal and professional life unravelled. of the town hall will toll 96 times. the special immigration appeals there is a feminist uprising in a debilitating back injury. commission are the most complicated spain. for the past year, women have even a charge for reckless driving. legal challenges the government the international committee faces because they typically involve been protesting against gender—based of the red cross is appealing now though, he has a fifth a complex combination of m15 green jacket and one for news of three staff members abducted in north—west syria more violence. it all started with this. of sport's golden moments. than five years ago. intelligence reports, which cannot be disclosed to and long—standing well, this famous course has seen a new zealand nurse and two in 2016, a teenage girl accused five some extraordinary feats over syrian drivers were trying law of achieving a fair hearing. men of gang raping her during the the years but perhaps to deliver medical help.
it's not clear when this case will none quite like this. the icrc says it knows running of the bulls festival in a win which for so long that the nurse, louisa akavi, be heard. the process can take was seen alive late last year. seemed unthinkable pamplona. the five men, who called yea rs, be heard. the process can take years, and the granting of legal aid has for tiger woods become in those circumstances is not at all a glorious reality. andy swiss, bbc news, augusta. it caused chaos to thousands unusual. over the last decade or so of pasengers before christmas, themselves the wolf pack, dragged they have been many people stripped but gatwick airport says whoever of their nationality on the basis of themselves the wolf pack, dragged the girl into the hallway of this was responsible for the drone attack building and filmed the attack on earlier i spoke to our knew about the airport's procedures. links to terrorism, who have been their phones. but the judges who saw legally aided during this process. sports correspondent david ornstein. the drone operator still hasn't been she has said she doesn't have any he is regarded as possibly caught but the airport says whoever their phones. but the judges who saw the greatest sporting it was seemed to be able to "see the videos ruled that her behaviour other citizenship rights, therefore, comeback in history. what was happening on the runway". was passive. in april 2018, the that has some competition, it's wrong that she be stripped of muhammad ali, niki lauda, tom burridge has this her nationality, is that what this wolfpack were found not guilty of and george foreman, many others, exclusive report. but tiger woods had will centre on in the end? who inflicted misery on tens fallen to such a low, that remains to be seen. this is rape. the verdict prompted a by his own admission, of thousands of passengers in gatwick and beyond just before in the 2017 dinner he said national outcry. the feminist christmas is still a mystery, something that has been lodged by his career was over. but bbc news has found out her lawyers, not necessarily herself new details about the tactics or herfamily. movement definitely exploded after he had fallen to outside 1000 her lawyers, not necessarily herself or her family. that level of detail of the drone operator will still come into play in the the case. it was something that i in the world rankings. at the airport's only runway next couple of hours, once we speak have never lived before. we started was closed for more than 30 hours. all of those personal to those involved. for his part and problems that he had, to question these symptoms, even the we've now learnt that a security the government plans my part, the the breakdown of his marriage, officer made the first sightings. foreign secretary has had access to judges and the legal system. the in 2009, more recently, he spotted two drones legal aid makes him feel 2017, he was charged at the edge of the airfield, government promised to make changes uncomfortable. he also said she made with reckless driving, close to this bus stop. all flights were suspended. after being found asleep a series of choices, and the to the sexual assault laws. but at the wheel with a number government made decisions about her three hours later, spain passed my powerfulfeminist of prescription drugs the drones had disappeared. future based on those choices, we movement is facing a backlash. a far inside his system.
but when a team went out area future based on those choices, we are a country which believes people that resulted from a series to inspect the runway, with limited means should have a standard procedure before of surgeries for back access to those resources of the reopening, a drone was suddenly right political party called vox is back, and that pattern was repeated state. we have also heard from the gaining ground. as a woman, do you and knee injuries. home secretary, who said it wasn't throughout the next day. it seemed that there was no coming for ministers to comment, the back for tiger woods, each time these vehicles went out decision for legal aid was up to the feel represented by vox? and to scale such heights, to prepare the runway to reopen, and the numbers are mind—boggling. a drone would, as if by magic, organisations involved. he has achieved so much, translation: yes, totally. they reappear over the airfield again. thank you very much, peter. represent family values. vox is the someone seemed to understand how as mentioned in every sport there, only party that gives me hope. vox an airport operates and could even the home secretary, sajid javid, has said it's a story for the ages. that the recent increase in violent tiger woods will have divided see what was going on. are against abortion and want to crime should be treated as the opinions, he isn't a character gatwick, in its first outbreak of a "virulent disease." interview since the incident, in a speech in london he argued that abolish funding. they also want to who all seem to like. suggests whoever was operating all parts of government had to work together, get rid of a law that protects women but in terms of the actual the drones had inside knowledge. and data could be used to better sporting achievement, the drone attack was clearly understand the pathways against gender—based violence, a it seems that it is a malicious attack. because they claim it encourages a universally popular victory. into illegal activity. feminist supremacy. one of the and by virtue of the way that they operated, they clearly had if we are to deliver meaningful is there a sense that he's got this some idea of how airports work things that is unique about spain is and had some intelligence change and stop the violence before formula and is going to stay here? as to what we were doing. it begins, then the mindset of his aim will be to go we treat men and women differently. that has always been a line on and achieve more victories, government needs to shift. we need of enquiry for sussex police to instigate a sense of a shared the laws passed assume the men are in a game which really which has a station at the airport. is extraordinary, given that people a drone expert who used to be always guilty unless proven thought that we'd seen in the raf and now advises responsibility. take the front line innocent. everybody should be afforded the same legal rights. the best of tiger woods. the government and airports, believes it's the most likely even if he came back theory. professions, teachers, nurses, to a decent level of golf, it was evident that that person social and youth workers, all ready, last year, 47 women were killed in we wouldn't see him scale the heights that had really didn't want to be caught.
spain by their partners. in 2017 —— previously achieved, that's really into the disruptive all of them working tirelessly to actor or it's at the higher end, this is the first time in his career protect vulnerable young people. i possibly a hostile nation state that he has come back from behind, poking hard at the system to see have met teachers who have watched my 2017 was the worst year on record going into the final what the reaction would be. round of the majors, to win. now, of the balance of those two, helplessly as one of their students for violence against women. that suggests that we could see i think really the probability falls under the influence of a gang. is much more towards the individual campaigners say this shows why even betterfrom him gender—based laws need to be in the coming years, conducting something that he felt strengthened, not scrapped as vox was having to go back nurses, who night after night have despite his age. at an organisation perhaps he had opinion will be divided on him, seen nurses, who night after night have seen teenagers brought into hospital some sort of beef with. with knife wounds. so i ask myself, once. with them it is like direct. many won't be happy to see somebody once the military had set up that went through very high profile counter—drone equipment on top of the south terminal, what more can i do to help people the number of drone marital breakdown, and infidelity, sightings dropped significantly. that work on the front line? that is the country is holding a general gatwick has defended closing election in a few weeks. and vox is also, the incident with his driving the airport for so long. safety, it says, must come first. why we have planned to tackle expected to become the first far right party to win the seat in the in 2017, the difference between him, violent crime. in practice, this you could say, and the likes since the incident, uk airports spanish parliament since the return of lance armstrong and others means bringing together education, to democracy 40 years ago. if that including gatwick have been who haven't been forgiven so easily, investing in new equipment like this is that he never did anything wrong radar developed in the netherlands. happens, it would profoundly most drones are too small from a sporting point of view. health, social services, housing, transform spain's political for standard radar. landscape. all of his problems use, and social workers, bringing were off the field. this one can pick them up in a moment we'll have them all together coherently, it all the business news, from a sporting point of view he was known for direct selling. and differentiate them from birds. would enable these agencies to but first the headlines on bbc news. a plan to clampdown he transformed golf, it was used to protect world leaders collaborate, and to share on unfair evictions — the government puts forward at the g20 last summer, information. they will then be able new rules for private landlords in england. and demonstrated to us at this not only did he earn huge money to ge ntly information. they will then be able dutch military airbase. to gently plan and target their shamima begum — the schoolgirl support to help young people at from london who ran away to syria to join if a drone flies onto a runway,
the islamic state group — but he earned a huge profile there's no simple solution. risk, and prevent and stop violence for fellow players, bringing it down can be risky, has been granted legal aid spectators and sponsors came altogether. it's not about blaming so she can challenge the decision because of tiger woods. hacking it orjamming it hard. to remove her uk citizenship. after his indiscretions, he lost sponsors, but nike those front line staff for the always stuck with him, gatwick has exposed just how vulnerable to drones a lot violence, or asking them to do more. there could be a way whereas others moved away. of places are. of forecasting where deadly knife we could be coming into another farfrom violence, or asking them to do more. far from it. it's attacks are likely to take place, glory period for tiger woods. violence, or asking them to do more. farfrom it. it's about violence, or asking them to do more. far from it. it's about giving them airports are actually one the confidence to report their according to a new study. of the most difficult whether you like him, areas to protect. concerns safe in the knowledge that whether you don't, that has to do with the collateral whether you are indifferent, damage that intervention methods eve ryo ne concerns safe in the knowledge that everyone will close ranks to protect could lead to. the child. a public health promotion it seems that tiger woods is back, people are talking about this is one doesn't mean passing the problem on of the greatest sporting only an innocent couple has been hello, i'm ben thompson with the top arrested for what happened stories in history. at gatwick. business stories. sussex police says more than 100 to the nhs, or teachers, rather, tsb has become the first uk bank to pledge to refund customers people, mainly airport staff doesn't mean passing the problem on to the nhs, orteachers, rather, it means the serious violence is and police officers, saw the drones. who fall victim to any type it hasn't released video of them treated like an outbreak of some of fraud, including when customers violent disease. a national it will be worth a lot of money to because it says the footage are tricked into authorising payments to fraudsters. is such poor quality. but it comes as the bank is under tom burridge, bbc news, at gatwick. emergency. his sponsors, stuck by him a scotland yard murder detective fire for slashing the interest rate and you can see more believes he's found a way it pays on its current account, on that story on panorama: of forecasting where deadly knife less than a year after throughout the more downes than ups. attacks are likely to take place. promising not to do so. the gatwick drone attack tonight there were nearly 100 knife murders it had offered the higher rate we will talk more about that now. at 8.30 on bbc one. in the year ending march 2018, to say sorry for an it meltdown that leah gillooly is a senior lecturer with the problem continuing to grip politicians and community left nearly two million customers in sports marketing at manchester metropolitan the headlines on bbc news... leaders today. university, he joins us unable to access their money. from preston via webcam. shamima begum — the schoolgirl working with criminologists from london who ran from the university of cambridge, well, most of his sponsors did leave away to syria to join india'sjet airways faces a make detectivejohn massey looked at data or break day with lenders him, didn't they, which is what the islamic state group — to secure its financial future. has been granted legal aid from those murders and found nearly happens when a sportsman goes down, so she can challenge the decision two thirds of the killings happened the airline, india's to remove her uk citizenship. oldest private carrier, in neighbourhoods where someone had nike stuck with him, and they will has grounded all international there could be a way one young victim of knife crime. flights and staff are protesting be reaping the benefits of that. it
outside the company's headquarters, of forecasting where deadly knife saif abdul—majid was 18 years old. saying they haven't been paid attacks are likely to take place, he was attacked near forfour months. is apparently worth $22.5 million according to a new study. this block of flats. a plan to clamp down police said it followed low cost competition and higher tonight, just a couple of seconds on unfair evictions — a simmering dispute the government puts forward leasing costs have left the airline when he sank that hole yesterday. new rules for private in the area with other teenagers. unable to pay its bills. landlords in england. two 14—year—old boys were later convicted of murder. drinks giant diageo says it but in terms of the risk for nike saif abdul—majid was stabbed will remove plastic from multipacks to death here at tanfield avenue in sticking with him, talk us through of its irish stout brand guinness. neasden in october 2017. a crowdfunding campaign the previous year, plastic ring carriers and shrink how companies and brands look at in australia has raised hundreds there had been eight wrap will be also removed from other of thousands of dollars, packs, as part of a £16 million plan sports personalities, and the to stop aboriginal women from being knife attacks in this neighbourhood to cut plastic waste. in north west london. decisions taken around sponsorship. imprisoned over unpaid fines. it will use recyclable it costs them money, but obviously when researchers looked and biodegradable cardboard through crime records, they instead, starting in august. they do it to make money. campaigners say the law noticed a similar pattern in western australia, where non—payment can mean right across london. being sent to jail, is having criminologists examined a crippling impact on the lives over 3500 knife attacks in sponsorship is a form of marketing which is high risk, but high reward london in 2016/17. of families living in poverty. if it goes right. the decision to then they looked at our correspondent, hywel griffith, good morning. where 97 fatal stabbings a growing number of large firms stick with a athlete, or whether to had taken place the following year. are worried about cashflow — has been to meet some of them. and an economic downturn — end the sponsorship is very much according to accountancy done on a sponsor by sponsor basis. firm deloitte. they found 67 of them were in the in its latest assessment caring for her sons, daughters, of the economic outlook in the case of nike they sponsored same neighbourhood where there had for firms, 81% of chief financial previously been at least tiger woods because he was the nieces and nephews, naomi is a one knife attack. officers in the survey said these findings are important single parent struggling from day to they expect brexit to lead world's greatest golfer. his profile for deciding where police to a long—term deterioration was such that there was no reason day. when she received a fine for should concentrate patrols, in britain's business environment. failing to register her dog, it went and especially where they should that's up from 78% at unpaid for seven years. then, one concentrate stop and search, because the end of last year. for them to end their sponsorship it comes as other data showed that that's controversial, has some costs business investment had fallen with him. they liked the association day, the police came to put her in
but they are well worth it if stop in every quarter of last year, the longest decline since jail. i felt so helpless. and search prevents murders. the 2008 financial crisis. of what he was doing on the golf course which wasn't threatened by day, the police came to put her in jail. ifelt so helpless. i couldn't eat, couldn't sleep as much. being a the home secretary has enabled police to carry out his out of cause problems. the other more stop and searches by relaxing single mum and being too attached to some of the rules but sajid javid your kids, you are, i don't know how ian stuart is deloitte's sponsors he had, gillette, were says the government must go further. partnering with him because he had to explain. it was just so hard. chief economist. he is calling for a shift in mindset the all—american family man values, your kids, you are, i don't know how to explain. it wasjust so hard. i needed help to get out. they help and wants to make better use of data good morning. it is a pretty stark the all—american family man values, to improve our understanding the other problems threaten those came from anonymous donors who associations and that's why those kind of brands deserted him. bought her out of prison. of the pathways into crime. campaigners say the impact of the so what do you expect to happen now? warning that the chief financial fines on people's lives is crushing officers are worried about having the headlines on bbc news. is he going to become a person and they should be means tested. we enough cash in reserve to cope with economic shock? what we are seeing overnight that lots of brands are a plan to clampdown going to find very attractive? on unfair evictions — don't want any fines. what we want the government puts forward new rules for private are high levels of uncertainty and landlords in england they will be a surge in interest concern about falling revenues and fines to be affordable. the same for shamima begum — the schoolgirl rising cost pressures. firms are from brands wanting to come on the from london who ran away to syria to join everybody. the problem is these back of this fantastic story, like the islamic state group — reacting with a real drive to raise fines are not affordable for people has been granted legal aid you said it's a great story, we've living well below the poverty line. so she can challenge the decision cash levels, which are already at to remove her uk citizenship. seen it is finishing injail or in you said it's a great story, we've seen things in the media about this there could be a way record levels. they want to raise of forecasting where deadly knife whole idea of redemption, and hardship. for some the hardship is attacks are likely to take place —— putting the past behind him. they so hardship. for some the hardship is so great it has led to suicide and cash over the next 12 months. the will be brands who want to skim fastest rate in nine years. i think alienation, to loss of life. last according to a new study without narrative and have those positive associations with their year, more than 1700 warrants were essentially corporates are reacting and in sport — brand. the return of tiger woods. to this uncertainty by trying to issued, threatening to imprison he claimed his 15th major title some sports people don't come back,
at the augusta masters, bullet—proof balance sheets by people for unpaid court fines. a 11 years after his last. significant drop on the previous after a decade of personal building up cash and reducing costs. problems and injuries, year. but they are still being the 43—year—old says his life has after a downfall, how important is handed out. impacting come full circle. you might see the logic in that. we it for a sports person, for him, disproportionately on aboriginal it's as you were in women. the state government the premier league title race — mo salah's stunning strike helped put some money in the bank to save nike sticking with him, how recognises putting fine defaults in liverpool beat cheslea 2—0 to stay for a important has that been to enable two points clear of manchester city, put some money in the bank to save fora rainy put some money in the bank to save for a rainy day. but when it comes him to continue? jail is not effective or who also won yesterday. to business, if that money is economically sound. it pledged to and rugby union star israel folau's i think him to continue? sitting on cash, they are not ithink in him to continue? i think in the case of tiger woods, abandon the policy in 2017. but international career is over after being officially sacked spending it, the economy suffers? he had huge amounts of money before reforms aren't due until later this by rugby australia over his he had huge amounts of money before year. it says it has to be certain homophobic social media posts. this is something that has been he had huge amounts of money before he had all of the problems. but that those who can afford to pay, do going on for a long time. cash having a sponsor stick by you does pgy- i'll be back with more bala nces going on for a long time. cash balances have been rising notjust send that message that they still that those who can afford to pay, do on those stories later. pay. for now that means more fine in the uk but throughout the believe you have huge value to give defaulters like gael have the threat industrialised world for more than ten years. actually preceding the to them. be under no illusion, none of prison hanging over them. she is of these companies going to trying to pay off a $3000 fine at financial crisis. of course, the sponsorship for altruistic motives. last night saw the comeback $30 a fortnight. that leaves me very of golfer tiger woods. financial crisis. of course, the financial crisis. of course, the financial crisis has accelerated they are out to make money. it sends after a significant fall from grace, that move. cash is an insurance a signal to a series of surgeries and 22 years they are out to make money. it sends a signalto an they are out to make money. it sends a signal to an athlete that if a scared because i have got five on from his first win sponsor sticks by then we think policy against uncertainty. i think there are great things ahead for children and a grandson i look at the masters, he was back. after. i haven't been in trouble the good news that comes out of this last night's victory you. at augusta earned him a 5th survey is corporate balance sheets before in my life. so going to jail green jacket and 15th major, so we've seen previously, when are survey is corporate balance sheets a re pretty survey is corporate balance sheets sports people have done something would be a big thing for me. something many would have believed impossiblejust are pretty strong. leverages not they sponsors are very quick to cash a few short years ago. terribly high. corporate campaigners say the women are left andy swiss has the story. profitability is still good. and in on it with new ads for specially vulnerable, afraid to contact police cash balances are still at very high cheering and applause. targeted promotions. do you expect in an emergency in case they end up
just a few years ago, levels. the implication is that some nike to do that? in jail. in an emergency in case they end up injail. the system, it they were writing him off. in an emergency in case they end up in jail. the system, it seems, in an emergency in case they end up injail. the system, it seems, is failing to bring either lower or now he's written one of sport's most definitely. they ran an advert order into their lives. most exciting chapters. reduction in uncertainty could help almost straightaway after winning unlock some of this cash and unlock tiger woods hadn't won a major title the masters, and they were very much for more than a decade but roared investment spending. if things are let's get more on the 9—year—old capitalising on this huge publicity. boy who was mauled on by the augusta crowd, to death by a dog at a caravan park so investment spending. if things are so good, if business is still he rolled back the years. there is huge media exposure, but in cornwall — frankie macritchie. while others faltered, straightaway after that there is a profitable and balance sheets his headteacher has been woods was inspired, lifted healthy, why do they feel the need paying tribute to him — huge buzz on social media and they let's hear what he had to say. by his fans to new dizzying heights. to do that? surely given the state wa nt to huge buzz on social media and they want to be part of that conversation of affairs you have described, they making sure they have stock for all commentator: oh, my good god. would be ok if there are more shocks the people who want to buy that red frankie was just a really funny i tell you, i can't stand this. down the line? what we have seen from there, it was a march to glory shirt, for example. young man. he was a very bubbly over the last year is that young man. he was a very bubbly and a tap in for triumph. how much of a correlation as they young boy. he enjoyed coming to what a moment... corporates have changed their balance sheet stands in response to between increased sales in something school. he had a number of friends. like this? obviously it raises he was very social. quite cheeky. suddenly the personal problems, brexit and a slowing global economy. the years of injury, awareness, but in terms of spending quite cheeky in his own little ways. seemed a distant memory money on shamima begum they do that? the evidence around i was just looking at some photos of and as he embraced his family 22 they are trying to ensure themselves him from the last school trip and in against the risks out there in terms every photo he is pulling a funny years after his first they do that? the evidence around the connection between sponsorship masters in, the emotion and sales is less robust than it is face. he has got a smile on his was clear. of brexit and a slowing global face. he has got a smile on his face. he has got a smile on his face. he had a great sense of it's unreal for me between sponsorship and brand to experience this. economy. i think it is very hard for humour. i would say he enjoyed the my mum was here. awareness. but with a company like social side of school as much as the she was there in '97 as well them to commit to expansion in an and so ijust couldn't be more happy nike who make the product he was academic side. he was a nice environment where they don't have pleasa nt academic side. he was a nice pleasant chap to have in our school. and more excited and... wearing when they won there is a you know, i'm kind of at greater clarity and demand growth the channel island of sark wants stronger correlation because there to recruit a farmer to run a loss for words, really. isa stronger correlation because there woods's journey has appears to be slowing. cost is a direct stronger correlation because there isa direct link stronger correlation because there a community dairy, after being
is a direct link to the sport already. it might be less so with forced to import fresh milk been like no other. for more than a year. after dominating golf in his 20s, pressures a re some of the nonsporting brands. cars are banned on his personal and professional appears to be slowing. cost pressures are rising. the wage thank you very much forjoining us. the island, which has life unravelled. growth in the uk is the fastest in a population of around 400, 11 years. corporates essentially and the successful applicant the headlines on bbc news. will have to bring their own cows. john fernandez reports. a debilitating back injury. shamima begum — the schoolgirl even a charge for reckless driving. from london who ran in sark, things are done face a seize from growing revenue now though, he has a fifth away to syria to join a little differently. the islamic state group — green jacket and one and cost pressures. if firms are set has been granted legal aid there's no cars, so she can challenge the decision of sport's golden moments. just tractors, bikes, to remove her uk citizenship. and horse and carts. well, this famous course has seen on cash like this, what is that at there could be a way of forecasting where deadly knife no red postboxes, just a gold one. some extraordinary feats over the expense of? what else will lose attacks are likely to take place —— the years but perhaps out here? i think that the higher and no dairy cows. according to a new study none quite like this. and that's a problem. a win which for so long a plan to clampdown it breaks my heart, at the moment, on unfair evictions — seemed unthinkable the level of cash balances, that the government puts forward to have to buy milk from guernsey. has for tiger woods become new rules for private not that guernsey milk is bad, reduces, that increases the dry landlords in england a glorious reality. but it's a guernsey product. and a very good guernsey product. andy swiss, bbc news, augusta. i would far rather be selling powder available sometime to sark milk, sark butter, increase expenditure and be that sark cream. let's get the latest the island, which is home from our sports correspondent, to around 400 people, david ornstein. dividends or increased salaries or hasn't had a commercial dairy capital spending. but i think it is good afternoon. since around 18 months ago when this facility here closed down. david, who could have failed to be a sign of a risk aversion and a golf is hailing the return of tiger woods, after he won his first absolutely uplifted by what major title in 11 years. happened, he's been through it, defensiveness on the corporate now that happened because the farmer sector, which can really only be the 43—year—old won by one in charge, chris nightingale, who doubles up as one hasn't he? he's been the architect unlocked by greater certainty about shot to claim a fifth of the island's politicians, green jacket at the masters. decided to retire. of some of it, but had a lot of bad and that left the island luck but yesterday he did an amazing the outlook. i think corporates are he's had spells in rehab with no commercial dairy. thing. reacting extremely logically, faced for various addictions he is regarded as possibly the
with the incentives that confront over the last decade, that left caragh couldridge, and has had to undergo career saving greatest sporting comeback in back surgery as well, the island's resident chocolatier them at the moment. history. that has some competition, that explained hsi reaction with a problem. muhammad ali, nikki louder and thank you for explaining all of to winning his 15th major title, no sark dairy meant no sark cream that. ian stuart from deloittes. and that means no sark chocolates. george foreman, many others, but 22 years after he won his first. tiger woods had fallen to such a 0h, sark cream is like liquid gold. low, by his own admission, in the in other business stories we've been he's nowjust three behind it's cream that doesn't pour. following, american airlines and we have such and southwest airlines in the us have announced a great island here. 2017 dinner he said his career was they will be forced to scrap flights the record set by jack niklaus because of the grounding there's no pollution, grazing is perfect, and the cream over. he had fallen to outside 1000 of 737 max planes. is so rich, it was the whole american airlines said 115 flights it would be up there as one inspiration for our chocolates. a day would be affected in the world rankings. all of those of the hardest i think i've ever had you just can't get anything in the coming months the win, just because of what has like it anywhere else. personal problems that he had, the by the grounding of the boeing so the island dairy closing down jets after two fatal transpired the last couple of years breakdown of his marriage, in 2009, last year has been a big blow to us. crashes of the plane. of trying to come back and play, and i was close last year a couple so she, alongside a small group, boeing says its working on a fix decided to do something about it. for the affected model. of times, with a chance in the last more recently, 2017, he was charged the idea is to put the buildings the number of shoppers visiting stores two major championships and then in this corner, along these two with reckless driving, after being in march was up 1.4% year—on—year, i applied what i learned from those found asleep at the wheel with a sides, probably either an l—shaped according to a survey by the british two and was able to seal retail consortium and springboard. the deal today. number of prescription drugs inside building or two buildings. it's just unreal for me his system. that resulted from a to experience this. richard has been working behind but that perhaps sounds better than it really was, the scenes to make the idea series of surgeries for back and my mom was here. when you consider that it's compared of a sark community dairy a reality. knee injuries. it seemed that there to the same period last year, she was there in '97 as well all they need now is a farmer. was no coming back for tiger woods, when footfall fell by 6% and so ijust couldn't be more happy because of the poor weather. and more excited and... you know, i'm kind of at they need to have experience and to scale such heights, and the customers are also holding back a loss for words, really. in dairy and preferably, numbers are mind—boggling. he has israel folau's international on making any big purchases. i mean, handling dairy cows, and heathrow saw more than 6.5 career looks to be over. he has been sacked by producing milk, processing milk, achieved so much, as mentioned in million passengers in march — rugby australia over a homophobic
the 29th consecutive month of record social media post in which he said every sport there, it's a story for growth for the airport. "hell awaits" gay people. and, ideally, in making cheese. it also processed more than 149,000 metric tonnes of cargo he has 48 hours to accept the ages. tiger woods will have through the airport. his sacking, orface divided opinions, he isn't a a code of conduct hearing. character who all seem to like. but the accommodation will be provided in no less than the queen's in terms of the actual sporting speaking yesterday before his own representative on sark‘s contract was officially achievement, it seems that it is a own digs, the seigneur. terminated, he said: universally popular victory. is there a sense that he's got this it also processed more than 149,000 "first and foremost, you just need to bring your own cows and lots of ideas, as even i live for god now. formula and is going to stay here. metric tonnes of cargo. the chief the fields are being obviously i love playing footy, executive said attitudes towards and if it goes down that path, given by the community. travel remain strong despite brexit his aim will be to go on and achieve i'll definitely miss it. but my faith injesus christ the team behind this project hope that the potential of this scheme more victories, in a game which is what comes first." uncertainty. let's look at the he has 73 caps and was expected will bring the right person to sark. and they believe with sites really is extraordinary, given that numbers. the currencies. keeping an to be a key player for australia at this year's world cup. like this on your doorstep every day people thought that we'd seen the eye on those. brent is down slightly and night it will hopefully be a budding farming best of tiger woods. even if he came family's dream job. back to a decent level of golf, we steve smith and david warner from its peak. it was up pretty are in the australia world cup squad wouldn't see him scale the heights following their ball—tampering bans. and james fernandez spoke that had previously achieved, this to my colleague carrie gracie is the first time in his career that the world cup, hosted earlier this morning. sharp. the ftse100 barely changed he said you need to be willing by england, satrts next month. he has come back from behind, going to work some tough hours. into the final round of the majors, on the day. we will keep an eye on some flash photography coming up. former captain smith to win. that suggests that we could and vice—skipper warner were banned if you just behind me, the commute this morning, i have seen people go see even better from from international cricket to win. that suggests that we could see even betterfrom him in the that. for a year, for their part by on their bikes, a few coming years, despite his age. in the scandal during a test series against south africa. opinion will be divided on him, many thank you. contractors, the sound of birdsong the suspensions expired last month. around me. a beautiful place to live won't be happy to see somebody that
the suspensions expired last month. the world cup is being hosted by went through very high profile england at the end of next month. and work. sark cream is one of a london will host the kind. there is no pollution. you rearranged 2019 world para marital breakdown, and infidelity, the channel island of sark wants don't have the cars pumping out the also, the incident with his driving swimming championships in september. to recruit a farmer to run it comes just four years a community dairy, after being after glasgow hosted noxious fumes that affect the grass forced to import fresh milk the championships, where gb‘s for more than a year. and that means it is a really ellie simmonds took gold in 2017, the difference between him, cars are banned on special project. if you are the island, which has a population of around 400, in the 200m medley. you could say, and the likes of and the successful applicant it was due to be held interested , special project. if you are interested, get in touch with the lance armstrong and others who will have to bring their own cows. in malaysia in july, haven't been forgiven so drizzly, is john fernandez reports. team. if you have got farming in sark, things are done a little but in january the nation experience, they want to hear from that he never did anything wrong differently there's no cars, was stripped of the hosting rights just tractors, bikes, you. it is a full—time job, so don't from a sporting point of view. all and horse and carts. no red postboxes, just a gold one. after refusing to provide the ipc of his problems were off the field. and no dairy cows. with guarantees that israeli be put off. are there any and that's a problem. from a sporting point of view he was athletes could compete. applications so far? i am going to it breaks my heart, at the moment, that's all the sport for now. known for direct selling. he to have to buy milk from guernsey. i'll have more for head down to where richard lives. he transformed golf, not only did he not that guernsey milk is bad, is just around the corner at the earn huge money but he earned a huge but it's a guernsey product. and a very good guernsey product. highest point on sark. we have a i would far rather be selling you in the next hour. profile for fellow players, sark milk, sark butter, spectators and sponsors came because sark cream. of tiger woods. after his the island, which is home to around 400 people, video on the bbc news website. he hasn't had a commercial dairy a school has paid tribute to a old doesn't want to hear from everybody, indiscretions, he lost sponsors, but since around 18 months ago when this everywhere. it needs to be if you like always stuck with him, where as facility here closed down. buy mauled to death by a dog in others moved away. —— mag nikkei have got farming experience, you now that happened because the farmer cornwall. the head teacherfrom buy mauled to death by a dog in cornwall. the head teacher from the school in plymouth said the little in charge, chris nightingale, need ideas, enthusiasm, you need to a lwa ys others moved away. —— mag nikkei always stayed with him. we could be boy was a happy character with a be prepared to work some 12 hours who doubles up as one and you need to be bringing over a of the island's politicians, coming into another glory period for decided to retire. twinkle in his eye. frankie was tiger woods. whether you like him, and that left the island guernsey cows, not just attacked on saturday morning when he and you need to be bringing over a guernsey cows, notjust any cows, with no commercial dairy. was alone in the caravan. the owner but guernsey cows. is there a whether you don't, whether you are
of the dog has been arrested and downside apart from the hard work? indifferent, it seems that tiger that left caragh couldridge, the island's resident chocolatier released under police investigation. woods is back, people are talking about this is one of the greatest with a problem. meanwhile, a man has beecharged over sporting stories in history. no sark dairy meant no sark cream a video posted online well, the boat trip over can be of a cardboard model challenging if you have got a feeble thank you. we will be speaking to a and that means no sark chocolates. of grenfell tower being burned. 46—year—old paul bussetti, stomach like mine. that may put from south norwood, is accused sports psychologist later about how 0h, sark cream is like liquid gold. of two counts of sending people off. it is a small community, it's cream that doesn't pour. or causing to be sent extraordinary this is that he has grossly offensive material turned things around in the way that and we have such he has. via a public communications network. which can be imposing sometimes. a a great island here. there's no pollution, he'll appear before community of 400 people that look grazing is perfect, and the cream is so rich, it was the whole westminster magistrates court after each other. you would be the at the end of the month. inspiration for our chocolates. centrepiece of the community. it you just can't get anything plans to stop tenants would be a tourist attraction. you like it anywhere else. being unfairly evicted by private would be a tourist attraction. you landlords in england are unveiled would have the chance to run your nine out of ten councils in england so the island dairy closing down own business as you want and create don't have enough money to meet the by the government today. last year has been a big blow to us. produce that could be sold across needs of children and young adults so she, alongside a small group, it wants to stop so—called who need support. 'no—fault‘ evictions, the government says it's investing the world. jersey milk even gets decided to do something about it. where people have to leave at short an extra 100 million pounds notice and without good reason. exported to china. why not sark in special needs places. the idea is to put the buildings frankie mccamley reports. but landlords are warning in this corner, along these two the changes could lead to serious milk? it is difficult to see the sides, probably either an l—shaped problems in the supply downside here. on a day like today, building or two buildings. of rental housing. richard has been working behind simonjones reports. i can't see it. i'd teaching children with special the scenes to make the idea somewhere to call home. educational needs is expensive. of a sark community dairy a reality. but at the moment, tenants can be this week sees the reopening class sizes are small, currently, of marie antoinette's apartments evicted without a reason at the palace of versailles. this school in gloucestershire has with as little as eight weeks' they've been closed all they need now is a farmer. notice, when their fixed—term to the public for three years, 35 places for special needs pupils. contracts come to an end under as part of a larger project to renovate the former home infouryears, in of france's kings and queens. 35 places for special needs pupils. in four years, in order to balance they need to have experience so—called section 21 notices. the bbc‘s tim allman in dairy and preferably, the books, that's got to go down to it's claimed some renters i mean, handling dairy cows, who complain about problems 22. producing milk, processing milk, in their properties find themselves has more details.
it's heartbreaking. this is a school and, ideally, in making cheese. victims of revenge evictions. where inclusion is at the help of one housing charity says reforms are long overdue. its ethos. but, underthe the balance of power in private renting has been all on the side where inclusion is at the help of its ethos. but, under the current there is opulent and then there is funding system that we have for of the landlord. the accommodation will be provided tenants have had almost no rights. special educational needs, a school in no less than the queen's of this size cannot afford to they live in fear. opulent. gold and bronze and marble. own representative on sark‘s educate the number of children with own digs, the seigneur. we've got people who are thinking, special educational needs as it's you know, if i complain you just need to bring your own cows about disrepair in my property, the finest silks and the most currently being asked to do. and lots of ideas, as even next thing, slap on the doormat, intricate embroidery. if you ever section 21 notice. this school isn't alone, analysis by the fields are being wa nted intricate embroidery. if you ever wanted to know how the other half given by the community. the largest teachers union found the team behind this project hope lived, this is your answer. more than 11 million people funding for special needs places in that the potential of this scheme live in privately rented will bring the right person to sark. accommodation in england. england is failing to keep up with one infourfamilies demand. it found the number of and they believe with sites with children rent. like this on your doorstep every day and night it will hopefully a survey suggested 75% of renters children being granted special needs translation: the work that has been ca re be a budding farming think indefinite tenancies done by all the craftsmen who worked children being granted special needs care plans had risen by 33%, since family's dream job. would improve their quality of life. on this side has allowed us to 2015. whilst funding has only the government is to launch revisit this room and show it off in a consultation on whether to abolish increased by 6%. over the same section 21 evictions, all its glory. we feel like we are now time for the weather. effectively creating rediscovering a room that we had open—ended contracts. almost forgotten. wide micro for period. that, the union says, landlords will have to provide concrete legal reasons tra nslates period. that, the union says, good afternoon. we are going to see for scrapping tenancies. more than a century the queens of translates into funding shortfalls, a little bit of rain heading that france lived in these apartments. 493% of but if someone needs to be evicted translates into funding shortfalls, a93% of local authorities across way in the next few hours. all of for falling behind with their rent white microbe of the most famous occu pa nt of england. the government says it is or antisocial behaviour, white microbe of the most famous occupant of the mall was marie invested an extra a £100 million to the government says court proceedings will be speeded up. antoinette. she first came to the warmth we are going to see in the warmth we are going to see in versailles as little more than a the next few days across the uk the residential landlords child, marrying the man who would create special needs places, calling means scenes like these are going to association, though,
says 90% of tenancies are ended ita be more likely. having to get out by the tenant rather become louis xvi, when she was just create special needs places, calling it a priority, costs are still than the landlord, and most property rising, leaving some at breaking and cut the grass. notjust farmers, 14. for nearly 20 years she called point. owners don't simply hike rents kevin courtney is joint general secretary or scrap contracts the palace her home, but then came of the national education union, but your back garden as well. we without a good reason. the palace her home, but then came hejoins us now from opening day could be talking about 25 degrees by simon jones, bbc news. the revolution. of their annual conference the weekend. it will feel more like translation: this is marie earlier my colleague antoinette's a room that she left in liverpool. summer than spring. a big difference carrie gracie spoke to the housing secretary, james brokenshire, about these and hate on the morning of october to where we are at the moment, changes to renting. thank you very much forjoining us. the 6th 1789 and hate on the morning of october trapped under relatively cold air the 6th1789 at the time of the what would you say is the impact of french revolution. she never coming across us the funding issues being trapped under relatively cold air coming across us from the arctic. returned to versailles. and since let's roll this colour chart through by then no queen has ever occupied this by ending the no fault evictions, experienced? the week ahead. you can see we are the instability that creates, the room. what we are talking about is the starting to channel into warmer air concerns that raises for a family it is estimated around 8 million impact on the most vulnerable people visit versailles every year. children in our system, children from further south, originating across the mediterranean by the time living in rental accommodation, that with special educational needs and but the restoration of these disabilities. in the vt you've just we get to easter weekend. things is important. but there are clear will feels different. high pressure apartments, officials say the palace interests for landlords as well, shown, there is a huge funding gap is now more open than ever. is going to be in charge. a very which is why we are committed to that has now developed. since 2015 settled scene. a low in the west consulting carefully on the trying to put in at the moment. it technical aspects of this, around in a moment we'll say goodbye we've got one third more children to bbc two viewers. eligible to have these plans, and fault evictions, where someone isn't but first, the weather. will bring cloudy skies and rain to paying the rent, is involved in only 6% increase in funding. this is northern ireland, western wales and the south of england today. further anti—social behaviour, all we are a hello there. the weather is on the having the serious impact on young landlord wants to move back in, that people. our young people now capture east, still cloudy along the north change. much warmer in the next few we get the law right and provide days. over the weekend high pressure sea coasts. consequently cooler. the age of 25, and they are seeing speedy redress to give assurance to landlords too. in scandinavia, cold winds moving in huge reductions in the support some decent sunshine elsewhere.
highs in the mid teens. look out for how can you prevent landlord saying available. schools are cutting the i want to move back into my home, across the country. temperatures reached 12 celsius at best. however, sharper showers across scotland. but not moving back in once they number of places, special needs support assistant are being through this evening the rain will have evicted the tenant? if we fast forward to the easter dismissed from schools, children turn heavier for northern break itself, we are going to start don't have support that would allow that's a question of evidence that through this evening the rain will turn heavierfor northern ireland, to see high—pressure change. we will them to really achieve. this is wales and south—west england. more would need to be presented to the directly at the door of the cloud in general. a motor start to court, to demonstrate that was the government. we talked about funding reason why the landlord needed to tuesday. frost free first thing drag in milder winds. that would boost temperatures into the 20s. the cuts in schools, and explained how tomorrow. a cloudy day across the ta ke reason why the landlord needed to take the property back. it is the the funding doesn't keep pace with board. the best of the sunshine in precise technical aspects of this warmest areas could see highs of 25 inflation. but this special east anglia. wet weather for western that we want to get right. we want educational needs cut is even worse scotla nd east anglia. wet weather for western scotland in the afternoon. also the degrees. today we have a west and to ensure the policy achieves its than that. because what the government did was to increase the east split with the weather. the west of england. hopefully northern ireland and the west of wales objectives, which fundamentally is best of the sunshine in eastern eligibility, so that children who about ensuring you can't simply end previously could only get one of brightening later. temperatures are parts. in that sons and across parts about ensuring you can't simply end these plans up to age 19, they a tenancy for no good reason. it's of sussex, what a glorious looking already starting to increase. by day it is. this was the scene a few increase did from 19 to 25, and put theseissues a tenancy for no good reason. it's these issues that absolutely, we wednesday, when we started to see will be working with different parts bigger brakes in the cloud, and we hours ago. the cloud and the rain practically no extra money on. so of the sector to ensure we give that started to tap into the warmer air, pa rents of practically no extra money on. so parents of children who are between our temperatures are going to start assurance, that certainty and 19 and 25, these vulnerable affects northern ireland for the pushing up. 18 in london. 14 and 15 clarity, and the policy meets the rest of the day. the rain patchy in children, are asking for support, objectives we've set for it. and its coming out of the part that earlier, i spoke to south—west england and wales. the in the scottish borders. then we get meera chindooroy, policy was previously they which means cuts into the easter weekend with maundy and public affairs manager for the national landlords winds not just quite south—west england and wales. the association — who said disagreed winds notjust quite strong today all around. support isn't good but also really quite chilly. enough for our most vulnerable. further east with those lighter thursday. temperatures up 220 in cardiff. at the moment we could even with the changes to renting laws. to be clear then, and funding, the winds, feeling more pleasant. highs minister for children and family we acknowledge that there is a need 14. through this evening and
says it's not right to imply that see up to 25 degrees in some spots by the time we get to easter sunday. funding is being cut, he says since to reform section 21, however, to overnight we have a band of rain enjoy that. it looks like things thatis overnight we have a band of rain that is going to slowly push its way 2013, spending on higher needs has could drop off slightly abruptly by scrap it completely will undermine eastwards while tending to weaken. gone up from £5 billion to £6.3 the system we have currently. there will be some damp weather the time we get to easter monday. considering it's a holiday weekend landlords do not have confidence in getting into wales and northern billion, but you are saying that the number of kids who are now eligible for many, it looks like the weather the court processes for regaining ireland. largely drivers got in for that spending has increased, and is keen to play ball. enjoy. possession when they have a breach across northern england, the midlands, east anglia and the that's the issue. of tenancy agreements. they are south—east. not as cold a night. on reliant on section 21 to regain yes, absolutely right. the amount of possession when they need to. so cash they are spending has gone up, tuesday, a lot of cloud across the making the change to section 21 is but they made a decision to increase going to undermine landlord's country. we have still got some rain. heaviest in western scotland. the eligibility, so that children the weather will brighten up in between 19 and 25, who previously confidence in mitigating the risks they find. couldn't get support, they put them northern ireland, south—west england into the part. they put practically some landlords are exploiting it, and southern wales. it is through no extra money on. so when we've and therefore, it is inevitably time for change? wednesday that we start to see done calculations to look at how as your report mentioned, most things really begin to warm up. much was spent per plan, per child there should be more sunshine around tenancies are entered by the tenant. for many areas. with lighter winds with a plan, in 2015 as compared to we did a poll which found that 11% that will help temperatures climb. now, there is a £1.2 billion they could reach as high as 18 or 19 of landlords had used section 21 in difference. so when you talk about the past, it's really a minority who degrees in south—east england. further north, 13 for belfast and 14 an extra £100 million, there is 1000 are needing to use section 21, and in edinburgh. set to get warmer as we reach the latter part of the week £200 million missing, and what he is the majority of those landlords use talking about is a drop in the it for reasons because there has
and into the weekend. temperatures ocean. he is right in some sense been a breach of the tenancy in the low 20s widely across the uk. that the amount of cash has gone up, agreement. that is your latest forecast. but if they increase the number of other research put forward by children who are eligible to have this and don't put money on, citizens advice found that 2001 clearly, all the other children in a. private renters at a 46% chance of the system, those who are five to being evicted. 16, five to 19 years old, are missing out. even those who are 19 there are protections for tenants to 25 aren't getting the support against retaliatory evictions as they deserve. they are called. which mean that if presumably, it also impact on other a tenant makes a complaint of the kids in the classroom, who don't council then they are protected from have special educational needs, it a section 21 notice for the next six will impact on the teaching environment for everyone? months. there are protections in it impact in the number of different ways, one of the ways is that money place, and scrapping section 21 a is taken out of the rest of the will, in fact, place, and scrapping section 21 a will, infact, have place, and scrapping section 21 a will, in fact, have a detrimental effect on landlord willingness to school budget to subsidise special let at all. additionally, landlords educational needs. councils are forced to make that decision. it can may want to increase referencing lead to more cuts overall, because the government isn't putting enough they do for tenants. for tenants in money in. if you've got a child in a vulnerable position it will make your class who has special needs and them much less likely to be accepted they aren't getting the external for tenancy. the landlord will want specialist support, the teachers to ensure that they aren't taking
attention is going to that child as additional risk. i know what you are saying, the well. that means less attention for the other children in the class. we argument that it will make landlords need to invest in special education less appealing to people, to buy needs in this country. properties, to let out. but the how much more money would you say is government is saying that they are going to be speeding up the court needed? the government, as you have system in orderfor, if there is a mentioned, is pointing out the extra money being put forward, an extra legitimate reason for a landlord to £100 million being offered? wa nt to legitimate reason for a landlord to want to get somebody out, like not paying rent or being anti—social, in order to keep pace with way the system is speeded up. if a landlord wants to sell the property, funding was in 2015, and the number of children they are now making or move into it themselves, that's a eligible, it is a 33% increase in legitimate reason. it stops telling people they have to get out with children eligible since 2015, in order to keep pace without an extra little or no notice for no legitimate reason, no reason that is seated. £1.2 billion is required. 1000 £200 i think what we have called on the government to do, is say that those million is what is required just to keep pace with where we were in changes actually work, and provide 2015. it's far more than the landlords with the confidence that they can use the reforms. that government is talking about and head teachers across the country, school governors, councillors and local reduces the reliance landlords have authorities, are all saying the same on section 21. to bring in the thing as us. the government needs to
make educational investment a priority for spending. abolition of section 21 before we've seen abolition of section 21 before we've seen the changes in the court won't if it's not forthcoming? provide landlords with any confidence. one of the world's most endangered species of whale is experiencing a mini baby boom in america. well, if it's not forthcoming then three north atlantic children lose out. and the country right whale calves loses out as a result of that. if we were spotted off the coast of massachusetts, and seven have also been spotted near florida. don't fund education, then we have scientists did not see seen don't fund education, then we have any newborns in 2018. seen the cost of funding education, but the cost of ignorance is more. it's thought there are only 450 of the species left — if we don't fund our education they've been endangered since 1970. system properly, then we end up not having doctors and nurses for the now it's time for a look at the weather. future, and the children with special educational needs can achieve, and their achievement is being held back by the courts that it looks like it's going to be nice. this government is now, by the lack yes, it depends where you are. we've of funding the government is failing gotan yes, it depends where you are. we've got an east—west split today. the to put into our system. best of the sunshine, further west thejoint general to put into our system. the joint general secretary at the national education union, thank you very much. are not looking so pretty. rain for meanwhile, a man has been charged over a video posted online northern ireland, wales and the of a cardboard model of grenfell tower being burned. south—west. brisk winds, 40 to 50 46—year—old paul bussetti, from south norwood, is accused mph gusts. quite chilly winds as of two counts of sending or causing to be sent grossly offensive material well. not feeling too nice across
via a public communications network. the far western areas of the uk. in he'll appear before the far western areas of the uk. in westminster magistrates court the sunshine up to around 12 degrees at the end of the month. in edinburgh and birmingham. overnight are where the front slowly the international committee pushes eastwards, making little of the red cross is appealing overall progress. damp weather for for news of three staff members abducted in north—west syria more than five years ago. a new zealand nurse and two northern ireland, wales, south—west syrian drivers were trying england, otherwise a dry night. not to deliver medical help. the icrc says it knows that the nurse, louisa akavi, as cold as last night. into tuesday, was seen alive late last year. quite a cloudy day. the front now it's time for a look at the weather. wea ke ns quite a cloudy day. the front weakens across western areas with rain fizzling out across wales and the south—west and turning brighter. good morning. hopefully some perhaps a bit of brightness later in the day. staying right for much of breaking weather news you're happy the day. staying right for much of the day. staying right for much of the day in scotland. that's your about. warm weather on the way for weather. the uk as we go through the week. but particularly for easter weekend. we could see temperatures into mid 20s. that is by easter sunday. low— pressure 20s. that is by easter sunday. low—pressure to the west trying to get involved in the weather story. high pressure in the east. a chilly arctic air in place. moving forward,
as the week goes on, we plug into warmeraircoming as the week goes on, we plug into warmer air coming from the atlantic. that is what will bolster our temperatures. a lot of settled weather on the cards. today the low in the west is bringing rain into northern ireland, western wales and the south west of england later. further east, decent sunshine away coast where the wind is feeding in some cloud and keeping things on the chilly side. showers in the north—east of scotland this afternoon. 13 to 1a could be the high in the best of the brightness.